The European project is one of the greatest movements of our time and has been responsible for implementing some incredible Green initiatives like improving our water and air quality, reducing working hours and tracking and reducing our CO2 emissions. With our planet sending us louder distress signals almost daily there has never been a more […]
If you’ve been running your WordPress site for a while then there may well be lots of junk in your core wp-options table. If you add an index to the autoload table you can often see a dramatic improvement in response time. You’ll need mysql/phpmyadmin access so only give it a go if you know […]
Music Drives Me… to Banksy Music has always featured in my life. From early childhood memories of building train sets with my Father and listening to ELO. To heading off to the library during 6th form and borrowing Jesus And Mary Chain CDs, and then discovering the Pixies and seeing my first gigs. Music really […]
It was a crisp winter’s morning as I took the train across the Essex countryside watching the sun come up on the way to Norwich for SyncConf. The venue was just a little walk down the main High Street in Norwich and had a stage fit for rock-bands rather than a conference. Kevlin Henney Keynote […]
Sounding out the London tech industry recently it seems there is a shortage of good, experienced coders and developers right now, and those that are around have been snapped up by the financial services industries. Being involved at my daughter’s primary school and thinking about Eric Schmidt’s comments about our education system I’ve been thinking […]
A little tribute to Dennis Ritchie creator of Unix, C and the “Hello World” coding example who died this week.
I have the vision for a local website which aggregates all the news feeds from Twitter, Facebook, You Tube, and Flickr in the local area and then runs a quick sentiment analysis on the information to decide if the area is overall happy or sad. Using a weather metaphor we then can show the users […]